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Paypal Limited

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by nwworkwear, Aug 5, 2012.

  1. nwworkwear

    nwworkwear Registered Member

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    Hi All,

    I have had my Paypal Limited this afternoon with the following reason:

    It's been a little while since you used your account. For reasons relating to the safe use of the PayPal Service we need some more information about you and your account

    Now I used this everyday with around £400-£900 been deposited and around £150-£300 been sent out.

    I rang them up and politely asked them for the real reason they have limited my account (Only got a balance of £400 luckily due to withdrawing the rest) and they could not give me a straight answer. They asked me what my business was and I told them I sell social media marketing services (facebook likes twitter followers and youtube views, all real none fake) and a very stuck up woman advised me I wasn't allowed to do this as I don't own nor am I an affiliate of any of these companies.

    I don't provide fake likes or anything so I assumed this wasn't against Facebooks terms and conditions nor with the rest.

    Can anybody advise me were to go from here? As I cannot even refund anyone or anything now for services which I cannot outsource due to not been able to send money.

    I have wrote a lengthy email to them explain all is legit, but what is the likeliness of this been sucessful has anyone had the same issue?


    Thanks
     
  2. Rapper

    Rapper Junior Member

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    Just send them documents they asked for.
     
  3. angelas111

    angelas111 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    you are technically violating the tos of those sites you mentioned so don't count on getting your account back. i know it sucks.
     
  4. neobboy

    neobboy BANNED BANNED

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    Why dont you give sample sites, which does the same work, i sell many facebook likes sites accept paypal, how can they do?

    Just inform paypal about it.
     
  5. cas77

    cas77 Junior Member

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    I think paypal accepts any legit transactions. You don't have to specify anything about it. You just have to say it is for merchant services.
     
  6. Nines

    Nines Newbie

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    Give them the info they want
     
  7. shaddelick

    shaddelick Regular Member

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    I think there are many ways to get likes, followers and views without breaking the sites TOS. Some people even use FB ads to get likes to there page, why should the lady act stuck up smh
     
  8. redclover

    redclover BANNED BANNED

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    I seriously doubt at this time your going to get your account back.
    Last time I checked its against PayPal TOS to sell what you were selling.
    You could give it a try and see if jumping through their hoops will help.

    RedClover